• The Micro Monitoring Station: MMS

Air Monitoring

The Micro Monitoring Station: MMS

Jan 01 2000

The MMS addresses one of the biggest problems with Air Quality monitoring: finding space for a shelter. Traditional systems are housed
in containers with a minimum size of 2.5 x 2.5 x 2 making it impossible to locate them in areas where the pollution is the highest, such as towns with narrow streets or road canyons with residential properties within 5m or so of the curb.
Environnement S.A has designed a new compact micro monitoring station for monitoring NO, NOx, NO2, CO, CO2, O3 and suspended particulate matter ideally suited to meet extreme space constraints. Because of its compactness, it can also be used for indoor air quality monitoring.
Gases are monitored in the ambient air at ppb level with specific
analyzers that use ISO internationally approved measuring technologies: Chemiluminescence, UV Photometry, IR absorption. Paticulates can be either continuously monitored by Beta Gauge technique or collected onto filters by an automatic sampler.

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